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Hammond Organ Complete Dave Limina Part II Exercise 13 Trills, Sputter Technique, and Drone Tones

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EXERCISE 1 3

Trills, Sputter Technique, and Drone Tones


This exercise explores three important organ sounds: Trills. It is common to trill between two notes a minor third apart on the organ. The root and atted third of a chord and the fth and seventh degree of a dominant seventh chord are used often. They are featured in this exercise. Sputter. Use two or three ngers to rapidly repeat a note. I call this sputter technique. Its like trilling on one note. Drone tones. Another nice effect is to sustain a pitch while playing a lick along with it. I call this a drone tone. Some players use matchbooks stuck between the keys, small weightsand even their nosesto drone a note. Here, the fth nger on your right hand will serve well. Try to imitate the examples on the CD. Play the exercise right-hand only at rst, 8 8 8 hand. 8 8 8 then add your left 7 7 7 7 7 7
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Upper and Lower Manual: Middle C

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EXERCIS E 1 8

Funk Techniques in Four Keys


Play this exercise on one manual with both hands. Try to emulate the left-hand ghosting that you hear on the CD. The result of ghosting is a percussive click that is typical in funk style. The combination of Leslie and drawbar settings with percussive two-hand playing can create innite funky effects. Experiment with these patterns and try to create your own. Notice that, in essence, youre distributing the sixteenth notes over both hands. Its almost like drumming on the keyboard. Try rolling the chords slightly. Also, try playing it with and without the bass pedals. Play in F with CD 8track 8 and 8 26, 8 track 26 panned right. 8 play 8 the next three keys with
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7 6 5 4 Bass 3 Pedals 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

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Hammond Organ Complete Dave Limina Part II Exercise 3 Leslie Speed Switching

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EXERCIS E 3

Leslie Speed Switching

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Leslie Slow

In styles such as rock, gospel, and r&b, you should speed-switch constantly to create that intangible swirling of sound. Develop the instinct to switch speeds along with the phrasing of the music. Speed switching can really enhance the musics natural phrasing. In this exercise, play the tune with your right hand on the upper manual and your left hand on the lower manual. Switch the Leslie speed when indicated by the X in the music on the following page. Begin with the Leslie on the SLOW, or chorale, setting. If you have a speed switch on your instrument, it is most likely located near your left hand. If you have a foot switch to control the speed, use your left foot. Switch speeds as quickly as possible with your left hand. Its okay to take your hand off the keys for a second. Work with your right hand only at rst to hear the effect. Add your left hand after you get a feel for it. Remember that one of the most sought-after effects on the organ is the Leslie in transition between speeds. Experiment with speed switching at dynamic changes, section changes such as verse-to-chorus or vice versa, at the high point of a solo, or at the beginning or end of a solo section.
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Leslie Speed Switching


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